Web Forms :: Using HttpContext.Current.Items To Store Information?

Oct 27, 2010

I was under the impression that you could use the HttpContext.Current.Items collection to pass information between pages but it doesnt seem to workLets say i have a Page1 ButtonClick, the button click handler stores a value in the collection like so; HttpContext.Current.Items("Test1") = "Test"Then i do Response.Redirect("Page2.aspx").In the Form_Load of Page2, HttpContext.Current.Items("Test1") contains nothing. Why does this not work when its all part of the same postback?This would be perfect, because i wouldnt need to worry about clearing the values between requests because they would automatically get cleared each time the page was posted back.

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